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posticon The Illusion of Time

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Time and space are modes by which we think and not conditions in which we live. ~ Albert Einstein

A couple months ago, I took a trip to northern Montana. When I travel, I keep track of the exact mileage. From my house in Wyoming to my destination, Shelby, Montana, it was 532 miles north.

The next day I traveled another 34 miles north to a town called Sweet Grass.

The total distance from Wyoming to Sweet Grass, then, was 566 miles or 1,132 miles round trip.Read more

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posticon Life’s Eternal Questions #2

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. . .the meaning of life is the most urgent of questions. ~ Albert Camus

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This week we’re continuing our question-and-answer series.

Question:

I think I once heard Abraham (Hicks) say that when someone is victim in a life-ending accident or crime, the consciousness pulls itself back just before the real experience, so that the human (body) doesn’t feel anything of it. I find that a very comforting thought.

I would love to hear Spirit’s perspective on this.

Answer:

That is generally exactly what happens (though not always) in the case of a human or an animal dying.Read more

posticon 10 Things You Should Know About Who You Are by John Cali and Spirit

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Accept who you are and the power of your might. ~ Lailah Gifty Akita, Founder of Smart Youth Volunteers Foundation

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One of the most basic questions we all have is “Who am I?”

You’ve probably heard it said we are  not only in the universe, be we are the universe. The Sanskrit expression, “Aham brahmasmi,” means “I am the universe, and the universe is me.”

Many of us probably think that’s a  nice thought, but we don’t really believe it’s literally true.Read more